Peeling Back the Layers

Katz, S.D.
March 2003
Millimeter;Mar2003, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p92
Trade Publication
Features several products for desktop compositing. Launch of D2, a software division to market Nuke by Digital Domain Inc.; List of films using the open-source compositing application from Film Gimp; Details of the OpenEXR from ILM.


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